Hampshire python found near dead owner under investigation

Animal enthusiast Dan Brandon, 31, suffered 'serious injuries' and died at his home in Hampshire, where he lived with his parents along with an array of exotic pets including a Burmese python. Nearby to Mr Brandon's dead body was one of his pythons - whose name is not known but is likely to be dubbed Monty - that authorities are now investigating. The experienced snake handler's social media profiles reveals photos of him with his pets, including one of a huge Burmese python draped over his body (centre) and another with it lying ominously next to him on the floor (left). While pythons have killed humans before, experts believe this would be the first ever case in Britain.

Tory MP moans about the cost of wreaths amid divorce fight

Andrew Bridgen, 52, MP for North West Leicestershire, told a court that he cannot continue payments of £1,100 per month to ex Jacqueline (together left) and his children because he is nearly broke. Mr Bridgen claimed he lost 70 per cent of his earnings after the divorce, and his expenses as an MP - including Remembrance Sunday wreaths - has not helped matters. But Jacqueline accused him of lavishing gifts on new wife Nevena, 38 (right), a Serbian opera singer, and of paying thousands to visit her in her home country.

The scheme - which sees clerical staff trained as 'care navigators' - was devised to reduce 'avoidable' appointments and is gradually being adopted by surgeries across England.

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Co-founder of conflict resolution specialist Consensio, Anna Shields revealed how understanding your personality type in this quiz can help to ensure you win every row.

The plant is the key ingredient in what is being touted as a breakthrough treatment after scientists at Boots harnessed it in a new cream that delivered healthier-looking skin.

A brave mother of five aged 42 tried new non-invasive collagen procedure Geneveve to enhance her sex life with delightful results which have lasted more than 9 months.

Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise's daughter moving to Croydon

Isabella Cruise, 24, the adopted daughter of Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, walked the streets of south London with husband Max Parker as they searched for a home on Sunday. Miss Cruise married the IT consultant in a Scientologist ceremony in London in 2015, where the pair now live. She was adopted by the Hollywood A-listers in 1992, with brother Connor joining the family via another adoption three years later. When Tom and Nicole split, both children went to live with him and followed him into the Church of Scientology.

Merkel's party wins largest vote share in German election

Angela Merkel won power at the ballot box on Sunday but lost support to the far-right AfD party which gained its first seats in the German parliament, leading to protests across the country. The Alternative for Germany party got 13.5 per cent of the public vote, as it promised to 'reclaim our country and our people'. Merkel acknowledged that the last four years had been a 'challenge' and vowed to put security and prosperity at the heart of her new government, as she was punished for allowing millions of migrants into the country.

As the country watches a dangerous relationship between exes unfold in BBC hit drama Doctor Foster four writers reveal how they've managed to staye close to their exes following divorce.

Diana drugged by royal physicians worried about illnesses

RICHARD KAY: Could there be a sadder postscript to the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death than the revelation that doctors, and possibly some members of the Royal Family, believed she might have had a congenital condition that could be passed on to future generations? The extraordinary assertion, detailed in a letter (inset) to one of Prince Charles's closest mentors, suggests this was primarily the concern of the Queen's former physician, who feared Diana was suffering from a mental disorder that was 'dangerous' and posed a 'dynastic disaster' to the House of Windsor. What makes this revelation so chilling is that the doctors were worried not for the welfare of the Princess - their patient - but for the future well-being of the royal house.

Imam winces in pain after he was stabbed in the neck as he attended evening prayers at a mosque in Manchester 'by attacker making anti-Muslim comments' 

An imam has been rushed to hospital after he was stabbed outside a mosque by an attacker who reportedly made 'anti-Muslim comments'. Police confirmed they have launched an investigation after a doctor was attacked with a knife outside the Altrincham Islamic Centre in Greater Manchester on Sunday. Dr Nasser Kurdy was pictured tonight (left) receiving treatment at the mosque. Andrew Western, Labour councillor for Sale, Greater Manchester, said thoughts are 'with him and his family.' Dr Kurdy, a consultant orthopaedic surgeon, is in his 60s and some people had already made their way into the mosque when he was attacked at around 6pm.

The Miss GB twins who are still in demand aged 65

Zoe (left) and Gay Spink (right), both of West Yorkshire, are still working as models at the age of 65 after recently signing a contract with a London-based model agency. Their careers have taken off since winning several beauty queen titles in the 1970s - and show no signs of slowing down yet. Zoe, who lives alone in Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire, since losing her husband Akin two years ago, said: 'It's great to still be working as models when Gay and I are 65. We just love modelling and it's fantastic that our age isn't against us and clients still want to book us. 'We've been modelling for more than 40 years now and we still love it just as much. We love working together too. As twins we have such a strong bond, and this has only brought us closer together over the years.'

Mr Corbyn (pictured), who faced accusations of not campaigning wholeheartedly for Remain ahead of the referendum, said it was essential in the long term to leave the single market.

As pro-EU protesters marched at Labour conference, Jeremy Corbyn desperately dodged when pressed whether loose immigration rules should be maintained after we leave the bloc.

NFL stars drop to their knees at Wembley defying Trump

At least 100 American football stars either kneeled or sat during the national anthem after players from both the Jacksonville Jaguars (bottom) and the Baltimore Ravens (top) took a knee in defiance at Wembley. No players were kneeling during the playing of 'God Save The Queen' today at Wembley, which followed the Star Spangled Banner. The Wembley protest was the first in a series organised by NFL teams disgusted with Trump's comments. Games kicked off across the States with unprecedented numbers of players taking a knew during the Stars and Stripes.

President Donald Trump gave an impromptu press briefing while boarding Air Force One on Sunday evening to address his criticism of NFL players who took a knee during the national anthem. 

Maggie Siviter said she was sacked from her £120,000-a-year job in November 2015 after raising her concerns with her seniors in protected disclosures under whistleblowing laws.

Officials said 1,251 illegal migrants had been caught trying to board ferries from Bilbao in northern Spain to Portsmouth (pictured) in the first eight months of this year.

The presenter received the shocking news after recording various messages for her radio show, Ulster Calling, from families to British troops sent to serve in Northern Ireland during the 1970s.

City worker sues BA over 'assault' by cabin crew

Sabina Sultanova, 34, was travelling to the UAE for her birthday when she alleges she was pulled back on to a plane as she tried to disembark, leaving her bruised (inset, below) with a cut on her neck (inset, above). The financial services worker says she passed out before waking up in an airport holding room full of police officers, but was never told why and was not charged. The airline, which contests the claims, says Miss Sultanova ran along the plane's aisle with her trousers down, was abusive and tried to bite crew members. Miss Sultanova, who lives in central London, says she was unable to swallow for several days after her jacket was pulled around her neck with such force that it restricted her breathing.

Organisers looked at holding a rally on Brighton beach with the Labour leader standing on a raft off the shore - an idea which would have drawn comparisons to Jesus walking on water.

QUENTIN LETTS: Brothers and sisters who mentioned the name of Comrade Jeremy found themselves clapped hard, even interrupted by football crowd-style chants at Labour's conference.

Lisa Nandy, seen as on the soft left of Labour, said she felt like there was a battle going on for the 'soul' of the party - and the future of the country.

Morgan Hendy, an activist with the Jeremy Corbyn-backing Momentum group, urged the conference to bin Sadiq Khan's slot and give the time to activists instead.

Meghan Markle escorted by Harry's officers at Invictus

Prince Harry's actress girlfriend Meghan Markle finally got to enjoy royal privileges as the couple attended their first official engagement together during the opening of the Invictus Games. The couple were not seated together at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto (inset), but Meghan was sat just a few feet away from the Queen's grandson, who was accompanied by US First Lady Melania Trump. Although she is not entitled to British tax-payer funded police protection, one of Harry's Scotland Yard security officers could be seen hidden away in a stairwell (shown main) close to where Miss Markle was seated. Because they are not engaged, royal protocol dictates that Harry and Meghan cannot sit next to one another at official events. Wearing a purple dress and a matching $690 Mackage leather jacket slung over her shoulders, Meghan was escorted by her close friend Markus Anderson who introduced her to Prince Harry last year. Her low key presence marks the first time she has joined the Royal for an official event and will intensify speculation that an engagement announcement is imminent.

More than 60 priests, theologians and academics have formally accused the Pontiff in relation to his  2016 opening to divorced and civilly remarried Catholics.

Creator of TV hit Cold Feet Mike Bullen provides his insight on the midlife man whilst sharing the characteristics of his ITV character Adam who prepares to turn 50 in two weeks.

Perhaps the best-known example of a split infinitive in popular culture is 'To boldly go where no man has gone before', spoken by Kirk at the start of Star Trek episodes.

CHARLES SALE: FIFA have finally come to their senses over the farcical annual controversy over England's football team having a poppy on their kit to commemorate the war dead.

Bathers strip down for North East Skinny Dip

Brave bathers stripped naked and ran into the sea as the sun rose over the Northumberland coast this morning for the North East Skinny Dip. The annual event sees hundreds of people bear all and make a splash in the freezing cold waters of the North Sea every year. With the aim of celebrating the Autumn Equinox and raising money for mental health charity MIND, the mass skinny dip has raised over £25,000 for charity since it began in 2012. This morning just before the sun rose at 7am over 400 people gathered on the beach at Druridge Bay, 30 miles north of Newcastle.

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell labelled Uber a 'disgrace' today as it was revealed two members of the Transport for London board are veteran unionists.

Nearly 700,000 people have signed a petition set up by the controversial taxi-hailing app urging London Mayor Sadiq Khan (pictured) to back down and reverse the decision to banish Uber.

ITV's Loose Women sees male stars strip to their underwear

Following in the footsteps of the Loose Women panel (inset), a group of male celebrities has joined ITV's Body Stories campaign to promote good self esteem. The shoot, which was taken by celebrated photographer Rankin, who has photographed The Queen, was accompanied by brutally honest confessions from the celebrities about their struggles with their body image. Pictured left to right: Dr Ranj from This Morning, footballer David Ginola, Coronation Street star Shayne Ward, boxing champ Frank Bruno, Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli, footballer Robbie Savage and Judge Rinder.

Shane Warne, 48, has been cleared over allegations he hit porn star Valerie Fox, 30, inside Loulou's nightclub in London's upmarket Mayfair neighbourhood on Friday night.

Fifteen-year-old schoolgirl Margaret Moloney, feared kidnapped after police released CCTV footage of her on a train with a mystery man, has been found safe in Leeds by West Yorkshire Police.

Web giants Amazon and eBay are selling nitrous oxide canisters for as little as 30p, which can be bought and then resold into nightclubs and festivals for up to £5, police have warned.

Melanie Smith, 39, of Smyrna, died and another six were injured when Samson, 25, opened fire in the parking lot of Burnette Chapel Church of Christ, Antioch, near Nashville at 11.15am.

French model Thylane Blondeau walks for Dolce & Gabbana

Thylane Blondeau walked in Dolce & Gabbana's latest show in Milan on Saturday. This is her second runway show for the designer after walking earlier this year. She had been offered front row seats at Tommy Hilfiger and Michael Kors at previous Fashion Week events this season, but this is her first walking gig. At 10, Thylane posed for a Vogue Paris editorial that some criticized by some for being too sexual. She walked for Jean Paul Gaultier at age four and posed for Vogue Enfants (a Vogue Paris insert) at age six. She has since found new fame as an online influencer, with 1.6 million Instagram followers, and is signed to IMG Models.

The 59-year-old Londoner is understood to have quietly tied the knot with writer and art curator Gisele Schmidt - who he is understood to have met when she wrote about his work.

The portrait (pictured) of George Villiers, the 1st Duke of Buckingham, by artist Sir Peter Paul Rubens was found in Glasgow Museums' collection, on show at Pollok House.

Bristol father dies weeks after diagnosed with cancer

Lou Alexander, 32 (pictured with wife Ines and daughter Emily-Rose,) from Bristol, had complained about having pan in his stomach earlier this year and underwent a number of tests before being diagnosed with cancer. Results indicated that he had colon cancer and that the disease had spread to his liver on July 25. He was described as being a 'gentle giant' and the news of his death has shocked the community in Bristol.

NEW Imagination Technologies, which among other things creates chips for iPhones (pictured), is being bought for £550million by private equity company secretly backed by Beijing-controlled Yitai Capital.

Lieutenant-General Valery Asapov was killed by a mortar strike while he was in the Middle East to be 'at a command post of Syrian troops', according to the Russia's Defence Ministry.

In eight state-funded Islamic schools in England, including three primary schools, the hijab appears to be compulsory, according to research carried out by the National Secular Society.

Mother Jenny Barnett, 32, from Middlesbrough, who has a five-year-old autistic son, Charlie, was finding it difficult to complete the weekly shop with him in tow so created a game to help keep him calm.

Puerto Rico officials describe apocalyptic Maria aftermath

On Saturday, Governor Ricardo Rosselló met with more than 50 local mayors and representatives from across the island, who relayed reports of commercial and residential looting. 'We know a little more today than we did yesterday,' Rossello said. 'This is going to be a long road.' At least 10 people have been confirmed killed by the storm, according to Rosselló's office. Puerto Rico's nonvoting representative in the U.S. Congress said that Hurricane Maria's destruction has set the island back decades.

International Development Secretary Priti Patel announced the handout for Dominica a week after it emerged the UK could not officially give aid cash to the British Virgin Islands (pictured).

Candida Crewe says 'single people hate that friends rarely set them up' and admits she finds it a major moan when friends promise introductions but don't follow through.

The woman, who had been staying at a guest house in the nearby town of Maroneia, phoned her family in Britain on Thursday to say she had been mauled. Authorities found her three days later.

NEW Sir Richard owns 51 per cent of the West Coast route between Glasgow and London Euston, meaning he will receive a share of a £47million dividend. The rest goes to co-owner Stagecoach.



Snake catcher finds python in Queensland family's garage

A snake catcher who was called after a family found a python in their garage was stunned to find it was part of a breeding pair. Dan shared a picture of the scene after one of the snakes had been removed on the Sunshine Snake Catchers 24/7 Facebook page.  He said he had arrived at a home in Cooroy, Queensland, and removed the snake - and it was only then that he realised there were actually two.  

This is an Arctic fox, cruelly fattened up to produce as much fur as possible to be used in luxury coats and bags. The obese animals are too fat to walk without the risk of breaking their legs.

Sir David Attenborough: Seabirds feed plastic to young

Sir David, pictured inset, has told Greenpeace how the team on his latest documentary recorded evidence of the problem and spoke of being 'heartbroken' at what he witnessed.The organisation has also collected images of gannets feeding plastic to their young off the coast of Scotland as well as puffins with scraps of it in their beaks. It's team also found plastic bottles, bags and packaging in some of Britain's most iconic seabird colonies in areas such as the Bass Rock, Isle of May and the Shiant Isles.

Motorists on the M3 in Hampshire were held up in queues for hours sought solace in pubs - while others practised their golf swing or gymnastics on the road just days after the M1 was brought to a standstill.

To overcome persistent neck tightness Nadya Fairweather recommends a neck rolling exercise. Whilst exercising stay stylish with FEMAILS pick of the latest sports wear essentials.

CCTV footage shows a man in a hooded blue sweatshirt and jogging bottoms throwing a brick through the window pane in Lubliniec, Poland, before breaking the glass with his fists.

Shadow local government minister Andrew Gwynne wrestled with the Foreign Secretary live on air shortly before the election in now-infamous scenes.

Pensioner Theresa Doyle, 65, from Slough, Berkshire, is said to turn up at funerals before chatting to relatives of the deceased and pouncing on the spread laid on by the family.

An acid attack spree that hospitalised three people may have been the latest in a series of tit-for-tat revenge attacks between East London gangs including the murder of Corey Junior Davis, 14.

Neighbours of home where two baby triplets died speak out 

A grief-stricken grandmother has paid tribute to two baby triplets found dead in their home. Single mother Sarah Owen, 29, (inset left) found two of her five-month-old boys not breathing when she checked them on Saturday morning. Paramedics rushed to her rented home in Bridgend, South Wales (inset right) and took the triplets to hospital where two - Charlie and Noah (left) were pronounced dead. The third, Ethan (pictured right with his brothers), was unharmed. Jane Owen has paid a heartfelt tribute to her grandsons, adding she has faced the 'hardest day ever' in the wake of the tragedy. It was initially claimed the boys died from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning, possibly from a faulty heater. But neighbours were told by the boys' grandfather - who came to the house to collect possessions - that this had been ruled out.

Ralph Fiennes has received a Serbian passport from the Balkan country's president after he was granted citizenship in thanks for filming his second film in the country.

The UK is set for the last summer days as the remnants of Hurricane Maria looks set to batter the British Isles with winds of up to 50 miles per hour. The damp weather will move south into England.

Prince William, 35, accompanied the Queen to Crathie Church near Balmoral Castle today after leaving pregnant wife Kate at home to visit his grandmother in Scotland.

Jenny Eclair (pictured left) proposed to her long term partner Geof on a whim last Valentine's Day after being together 35 years. They originally met in London in 1982 and began dating soon after.

Graphic designer James Fridman takes requests literally

The US-based designer has become an online sensation with his hilarious edits, and recently there's been no shortage of willing victims volunteering their photos for a sprinkling of James' unique magic. Clockwise from top left: That's what you get when you ask for more a**; a unique way of looking more mature; James' idea of adding romance, and when dad gets shrunk.

In a Twitter post Chrissy Teigen, 31, admitted to having a 'rough day', and asked her followers to share their own stories of the most horrible things their children have said or done to them.

Corrie McKeague's mother Nicola, 47, and brother Makeyan, 25, were joined by around 50 people as they walked through the town of Bury St Edmunds.

The 28-year-old woman was hit by the blue Mazda MPS Aero Sports as she as she crossed the A34 Walsall Road in Great Barr, Birmingham, with her four-day-old baby.

Elijah Oeyefeso tried to mow down creditor Dennis Ofosu during a row over money in Southampton. Before driving towards him, he told his victim: 'If you were in London I would kill you'.

Bronx 'miracle baby' doing well after being cut out of mom

Jenasis Bradley (left), who miraculously survived being cut out of her mother, will turn two years old in November. Police say her mother Angelikque Sutton (bottom right) was horrifically butchered in the Bronx by her friend Ashleigh Wade (top right).  Wade appeared to believe the baby growing inside of Sutton was hers.

The styling tools, which can cost anything from £20 to more than £200, are increasingly popular and easy to sell on, especially with Christmas around the corner.

Applications by foreign prosecutors for help pursuing UK motorists increased by 30 per cent last year to 1,625, according to research by Thomson Reuters.

The 55-year-old boxer, who moved into the five-bedroom Bedfordshire home in 2006, has allegedly had several run-ins with the community and has reportedly decided to sell his five-bedroom home.

Bluebloods stage Dolce & Gabbana catwalk takeover

Kate Middleton was still a middle-class lass when she caught Prince William's eye while modelling in a fashion show at St Andrews University. Now, it's the aristocrats who hope to seize attention on the catwalk. First to hit the runway at Dolce & Gabbana's show in Milan at the weekend was Lady Kitty Spencer, 26, Princess Diana's niece. Fittingly, she wore a tiara with her tight black frock. Next up was Lady Amelia Windsor, 22, the Duke of Kent's granddaughter, who sported a ruffled, polka-dot gown. Looking wizard was Sabrina Percy, 27, kinswoman of the Duke of Northumberland whose ancestral home, Alnwick Castle, doubled as Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films. She was followed by Frankie Herbert, 21, niece of the Earl of Carnarvon. She's so grand Downton Abbey was filmed at her uncle's family seat, Highclere Castle.

Two air ambulances (pictured) and three land ambulances were called to the Steve Henshaw International Gold Cup Road Races at Oliver's Mount Race Circuit, Scarborough.

Premier League star Dejan Lovren reportedly fears burglars gassed him and his family during a raid. The Liverpool player was staying at a flat in Zagreb when thieves struck.

Jeff Potts, who sits on Solihull Borough Council, re-tweeted comments including: 'Deport and repatriate all Muslims from the UK or watch terrorists kill innocent people for generations to come.'

First time property buyers will be given a helping hand under the Treasury's plans to impose tougher restrictions on foreign buyers, particularly from the Far East, buying flats across the UK's cities.

Sarah Bailey revealed that following Roksanda's A/W fashion show, knee-high boots were destined to become the seasons's must have trend. She shared advice on styling and where to buy them.

Amanda Holden's revealing BGT outfit overtakes Russell Brand's crude language during Comic Relief to rack up the most Ofcom complaints this year (and 'violent' Emmerdale is third!)

The June 1 episode - in which the 46-year-old ITV star wore a daring dress (left), slashed to the navel - attracted some 663 complaints, the watchdog said. Holden's latest wardrobe malfunction received almost twice as many complaints as Comic Relief, in second place. The fundraising show, broadcast on BBC1 on March 24, attracted 340 complaints for Russell Brand's 'crude language' (top right) as well as 'sexual references'. Emmerdale's March 6 episode was in third place, with 275 complaints for violence and a storyline involving intimidation towards character Aaron Dingle in prison (bottom right).

Alton Tower crash survivor Vicky Balch, 22, has reportedly fallen for Paralympian Steve Brown who she met as they trekked across Vietnam for the BBC documentary, Without Limits.

Rescuers took three hours to reach the man, aged in his mid-50s, and are trying to extract him from the disused mine shaft at Porth Nanven, on the coastal path near St Just.

Olympic gold medallist Dame Kelly Holmes revealed at an event in Kent she used to 'cut herself every day' while struggling to cope with injuries that could have ended her career.

Gemma Conway (pictured left) is calling for a change in the law so motorists are banned from just driving off when they hit a cat. Current legislation only requires them to report it if it is a dog.

James Tilley, now 24, from Wiltshire weighed 17 stone when he was 16 thanks to eating up to 5,000 calories a day, but he shed 6.5 stone in just three months so he could join the Royal Marines.

Italian pilot is killed as he fails to eject before his Typhoon jet crashes into the sea during airshow in front of stunned spectators

The Italian aircraft crashed into the sea off Terrancia, 47 miles south of Rome. Horrifying footage uploaded to social media shows the aircraft beginning the manoeuvre as it climbs above the clouds. The Typhoon was filmed performing a huge loop before descending back down towards the sea. But it is us unable to regain altitude and smashes into the ocean, leaving a huge cloud of water and debris hanging in the air. The event was attended by thousands of spectators and gasps from audible gasps from the crowd can be heard as the jet plunges into the sea.

Two people had to be dug from underneath the brick and mortar before they were rushed to hospital for treatment. The blast went off just before 6pm on Saturday, 700 yards from the North Pier.

As Sarah Ferguson, 57, clambered into the back of her car following a meal out in London, the cameras captured an image of the note left by her daughters Beatrice and Eugenie.

FEMAIL picked out this seasons most stylish juicers to brighten up your kitchen and smash the homeware trend. Choose from classic chic, refreshing blues and statement orange.

This week, a reader asks ex-Blue Peter presenter Janet Ellis for advice on how to get their friend to take their relationship seriously. Janet advises the reader to speak to their friend tactfully.

Marilyn Monroe as you've never seen her before

Even by the quirky standards of photographers and their muses, Milton Greene and Marilyn Monroe had an unusual relationship. Monroe was a young box-office bombshell when she met Greene in 1953. She loved his pictures, and moved into his family home in Connecticut.

Headmistress of private girls' school James Allen's, south east London, Sally-Anne Huang (pictured) has stopped calling pupils 'girls' to not alienate transgender students.

Inmates at HMP Lancaster Farms are being treated to McDonald's and KFC-style meals in a bid to keep prisoners happy. The menu includes items such as the 'McFarm Zinger' and the 'Tower Burger'.

This week bestselling author Gill Hornby recommends books, The Long View and One Day to help you through the trickier times in life when facing rejection.

Results from the Big Butterfly Count show the striking red admirals saw numbers rise by 75per cent compared to 2016 with more than 73,000 spotted over three weeks.

Bride who 'ran off' with stag do cash seen at hostel

Rachel Doran (left), 29, from Cumbria, has been pictured having a cigarette and chatting to other residents at a homeless hostel, as she lies low from accusations she conned her fiancé, Chris Mahone (right, both pictured). Wearing a striped hooded top pulled over her head, dark jeans and slippers, Ms Doran looked a far cry from the future blushing bride she was supposed to be. A source said: 'She doesn't stray far from the door and when she leaves she normally has her hoodie pulled up.'


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Havant mum gets married surrounded by surrogate children

A surrogate mother who has helped several couples achieve their dream of becoming parents is enjoying her own fairy tale ending. Ria Pawlow, who has given birth to five surrogate babies, celebrated her wedding day surrounded by the families she has given joy to. The 37-year-old care worker (left) from Havant in Hampshire got married to her partner Stacey, 30, before posing for heartwarming pictures with her own three children and five surrogates. A touching photo (right) shows the newlywed alongside her wife Stacey and their son, her two children from a previous relationship, and four of the children she has carried for other parents.

Nick Wood, executive officer of HMS Ocean, said Sir Richard Branson toured the ship Saturday - taking a look at the engineering spaces, the bridge, the ops room, the hangar and the aid stores.

Victor Williams, 61, and his wife Yvonne, are among the long list of British nationals who are still unaccounted for following the storm, which has killed at least 30 people.

Mark Tuthill, from Northumberland, claimed he was a high-flying barrister with the Crown Prosecution Service, said he had a £600,000 house, and pretended to own a race horse.

The young boy was savagely attacled while he played with friends on a helipad near the village of Kheta in the Taimyr peninsula of Siberia.

Woman loses 155lbs and becomes a plus size model

Rochelle Monique Murrell, 35, from Washington DC, weighed 338lbs (27st 2lbs) at her heaviest (left) and her low self-esteem left her feeling like a 'monster'. She underwent a surgery to have her stomach reduced to the size of a banana and, with the help of a healthier diet and more active lifestyle, lost 115lbs in a year. Rochelle is now confident flaunting her US size 14 (UK 18) frame in stunning photo shoots (right and inset) and feels 'liberated' following the weight loss.


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Grimsby coach driver fined for parking inches out of bay

Coach driver Christopher Wells, 57, from Grimsby, was slapped with a £50 parking fine for stopping just six inches over a white line in a deserted car park after dropping off school children on a trip. He insisted he was not blocking anybody as the two spaces in front of the bay were empty-there were a total of 26 empty spaces in the pay and display car park at the time the fine was issued.

Chunks of plastic have been found on remote frozen ice floes just 1,000 miles from the North Pole, the first such find in an area previously inaccessible because of sea ice.

A reader aged in their mid-60s asks Dr Tracy's advice on how to repair the damage caused to their ear lobe from wearing heavy earrings for a prolonged period of time.

The Duchess of Cambridge's favourite high street store L.K.Bennett and designer label Preen have partnered for a 15-piece collection available from October 5th.

For a truly loved-up break this season slip away to either a cosy 18th century hideaway in Shropshire, a beautifully scenic restaurant in Provence or a captivating jungle hut in Sri Lanka.

Pearly Kings and Queens parade through London

The glittering procession of London's Pearly King and Queens was watched by hundreds of onlookers as the families paraded along the streets in their dazzling black suits. The tradition dates back to 1875 and has been held on to by 30 London families who were today celebrating their annual Harvest Festival. It began when Somers Town street sweeper, Henry Croft, decorated his uniform and began collecting money for charity. His success meant other charities called on him to help raise funds for them, and so he asked the market traders to help him - and the Pearly Kings and Queens were born.



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